Calling RFC function modules
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Please note that depending on the results of the RSUSR003 report, a system log message of type E03 is generated. If a critical feature (stored in red) is detected, the message text"Programme RSUSR003 reports ›Security violations‹"is written into the system log. If no critical feature has been detected, the message"Programme RSUSR003 reports ›Security check passed‹"will be displayed instead. This message is sent because the password status information of the default users is highly security relevant and you should be able to track the accesses. You can grant the User and System Administration change permissions for the RSUSR003 report, or you can grant only one execution permission with the S_USER_ADM authorization object and the value CHKSTDPWD in the S_ADM_AREA field. This permission does not include user management change permissions and can therefore also be assigned to auditors.
SAPconnect uses the S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) standard for signing when sending emails or for verifying and decrypting received emails. S/MIME is supported by most email clients and requires X.509-based certificates.
You want to secure access to the application server files? Find out what the S_DATASET and S_PATH authorization objects offer, what limitations are, and what pitfalls are lurking. Access to the application server's files is protected by kernel-built permission checks, similar to how transactions and RFC function blocks are started. SAP's proposed permissions for the S_DATASET authorization object do not provide much help, and S_PATH has virtually no information, because you must activate this authorization object only by customising the SPTH table. Often the permissions to S_DATASET are too generous, the SPTH table is not well maintained and S_PATH is not used at all. Here we show you how these permissions work and how you can restrict them.
To make changes to the table logger, you must have the same permissions as the SE13 transaction to customise, so you must have the appropriate permissions for all tables to modify. The changes are always written to a transport order. The RDDPRCHK report allows you to enable table logging for multiple tables; however, it is not possible to disable logging on multiple tables. This is still only possible through the SE13 transaction.
Assigning a role for a limited period of time is done in seconds with "Shortcut for SAP systems" and allows you to quickly continue your go-live.
Include the exit definition (UGALI) via the GGB0 transaction.
You can also find some useful tips from practice on the subject of SAP authorizations on the page www.sap-corner.de.
A possible result is that you want to add fields such as the cost centre to the organisation level.